Puppy Sentence Examples

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  • The puppy licked her hand.

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  • I'd love to have this puppy, and thank you for thinking about us.

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  • The puppy snuggled against her.

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  • Then let's have a seat and watch the puppy dog parade.

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  • Carmen took the puppy from her and fell in love instantly.

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  • She pointed to each puppy, one after another, and to her five fingers, and I taught her the word FIVE.

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  • Too bad Sentinel was still a puppy.

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  • It's a puppy eat puppy world out there.

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  • My puppy has had his supper and gone to bed.

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  • Some clubs start with puppy socialization at twelve to fourteen weeks of age.

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  • Everyone loves a cute puppy, and it's easy to fall in love with the first one you see.

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  • Average Puppy Price £ 500-800 Lifespan 9 - 15 years A well bred beagle can be expected to live 12 to 15 years.

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  • She followed behind him like a puppy, stopping when he flipped a light switch.

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  • She lifted a puppy and turned, handing it to Carmen.

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  • Many breeders of larger dogs no longer feed puppy chow.

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  • Labrador puppy who arrived in June, he's become my best friend.

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  • We also have a collie puppy and two Shetland sheepdogs.

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  • Playtime about one hour before bedtime will also help wear puppy out, but don't expect it to go to sleep immediately after the session.

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  • Puppy needs something to chew on to relive stress.

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  • I love stuffing a puppy Kong with a milk bone.

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  • The ticking of an alarm clock might provide a similar sound to another heart beat, and make puppy feel more secure.

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  • One thing I never do is tell the new owner to completely ignore puppy's cries, because you never know if there's truly a problem unless you check.

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  • Your puppy could be going through the transition from puppy coat to adult coat.

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  • If so, then you might notice a sleeker texture to the coat along the spine that would make it appear a little different to the slightly plusher puppy fur.

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  • Iams has begun promoting public awareness of pet insurance by including promotional materials in each of its new puppy and kitten kits.

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  • You've heard of "Puppy Chow", but there are also foods for overweight, mature and senior pets.

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  • I purchased a Lab puppy three years ago from a breeder, and I was able to see his mother and father.

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  • But even as a puppy she never pottied in the house.

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  • As for future marking, you need to treat him like an untrained puppy for a while and reinforce the training he received when you first potty trained him.

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  • I had a Puggle puppy that was about four months old.

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  • The breeder allows you a certain time during which you can have your puppy or adult dog checked out by the veterinarian of your choice (at your expense).

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  • There is always a chance that a newborn to seven-month-old puppy may simply go to sleep and not wake up.

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  • He'd followed her and Jake all around the house earlier like a bored puppy.

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  • I've just been calling her puppy.

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  • Dean thought he'd lost her completely but she remained sitting, clapping with the other spectators—a bit too strenuously—as the puppy parade continued.

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  • And once again -- after the violets faded -- I noticed the faint smell of puppy diarrhea.

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  • Be very gentle when you do this, and don't suddenly grab the puppy's jaw.

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  • This beautifully illustrated hardback would be ideal for breeders to give with their puppy sales.

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  • Jo Hancock Apart from the puppy looking like some sort of pom Pom pom thing this is quite fun.

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  • Relying on the existing dog as the sole means of socializing a puppy is unlikely to prevent behavioral problems developing.

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  • She chose a puppy, signed the KC form then found the puppy had ringworm, a fact confirmed by her vet.

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  • It is a bad sign if the puppy is very nervous or appears sleepy all the time.

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  • Do not be tempted to use human toothpaste this is not suitable for puppy's or dogs.

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  • Yes/no 3. If you breed whippets, do any of your puppy clients want them to be able to kill any of the above?

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  • Hm!--his excellency is a puppy....

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  • Always make sure puppy has been given a chance to empty its bowels and bladder right before bedtime.

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  • One visitor worries because her adopted puppy is sick.

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  • I recently took my little sisters to adopt a puppy at the animal shelter in our town.

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  • I'm so sorry to hear about your puppy's plight.

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  • Thanks so much for your question, and I truly hope your puppy recovers.

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  • He also receives his Puppy Nutrical vitamin daily.

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  • When you first get your new puppy there are a few things he's going to need to learn.

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  • The third thing, but in no way any less important, is for your puppy to feel safe in his new environment.

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  • The first thing in the morning, take your puppy directly from his crate to your yard so he can relive himself.

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  • You also want to make sure the crate you purchase for your puppy is roomy enough to still fit him as an adult.

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  • As for registering, did the breeder you bought your puppy from provide you with any kind of registration slip?

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  • Many people are more than ready to take on a cute puppy, however, once the reality of training sets in, they become less than enthusiastic.

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  • I truly think Charlie needs a trip to the vet to discuss the problem and check for any physical issues, such as retained puppy teeth or a gum infection, that might have caused the chewing in the first place.

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  • That's what one visitor is wondering after giving up on a new puppy she just wasn't able to house break.

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  • Each one highly recommended the crate training method and the puppy training pad method.

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  • What I read was that the puppy won't "mess" in the crate because she won't want to sleep where she makes a "mess."

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  • However, my puppy did "mess" in her crate and ended up getting it all over her crate, bed and herself.

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  • Now, with the puppy training pad I was told that when I catch the puppy "in the act" or making signals that she needs to go, I should place her on the pad and praise her when she goes.

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  • However, my puppy would immediately leave the training pad.

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  • I ended up having to give the puppy away because I couldn't train her.

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  • I am hoping to get a new puppy, but I want to be more prepared for potty training it.

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  • I'm sorry to hear you had such difficulty trying to house train your puppy.

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  • They are supposed to draw your pup to them for pottying, but if the puppy has the run of a larger territory it isn't likely to go looking for the pads when needed.

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  • Personally, the method that works for me is using a one word command and being very diligent about taking the puppy out frequently.

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  • I begin first thing in the morning, and give the puppy time to really empty out.

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  • Even if the puppy can't go anymore, this still reinforces where the pottying is supposed to take place.

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  • Hopefully this will help you form a game plan in preparation for your next puppy.

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  • Two years ago we got a hunt-away puppy for my son.

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  • Hello,It may be nothing but my Shih Tzu/Maltese puppy is acting strangely.

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  • This disc-style tree trimmer features a Labrador Retriever puppy, complete with wings and Santa cap.

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  • If you find a free Pitbull puppy, keep in mind that responsible dog ownership is expensive under the very best circumstances.

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  • Making sure your puppy is healthy takes money and effort.

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  • The list is much longer; just keep in mind that your free puppy is going to cost around $150 dollars per month, providing he does not become ill.

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  • Otherwise, you may cost your Pitbull puppy its life by taking it to a place that may sentence him to death just because of genetics.

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  • A responsible Pitbull owner takes the time to be sure that their puppy is socialized to people, places and other animals early.

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  • You must train your Pitbull as a puppy, and it is recommended that you continue training throughout his life so that he will listen to you implicitly, no matter what.

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  • If you already have a dog, keep this in mind before you adopt a Pitbull Puppy.

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  • It is not true that if the puppy grows up with another dog, that they will be lifelong friends.

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  • Be sure that the puppy is at least eight weeks old.

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  • Take the puppy for a veterinary check-up right away.

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  • Find a puppy training class, and sign up.

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  • Getting off to a good start will help you and your puppy begin a rewarding and enjoyable relationship!

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  • Most recently, Ian, his wife Kelly and son James put their heads together and created an international online resource for dog and puppy owners called The Dog Star Daily.

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  • Puppy training needs to begin very early to help the puppy grow into a balanced dog.

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  • Everything a five week old puppy does will make you laugh, whether he sits or rolls over.

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  • Simply have fun with training your puppy at this age.

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  • At around eight weeks, the puppy goes to his new home.

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  • Socialization for a young puppy can be done in the safety of his own home during this time.

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  • Your puppy must go to class so that he has opportunities to play and learn bite inhibition from the other puppies.

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  • The secondary reason for puppy class would be the opportunity to socialize with the other people in the class.

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  • The other important benefit of puppy class is to learn about training your dog under the guidance of a trainer who understands puppy issues and can help you prevent them.

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  • Do the same things with your rescue dog that you would with a new puppy.

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  • In 1974, Sissy Harrington-McGill traveled to Germany to purchase a Great Dane puppy.

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  • A puppy will have a normal body temperature of 96-100 degrees.

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  • So, how can you be sure you are getting the best dog food for your puppy?

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  • Walk down any pet food aisle in almost any store in the country and you will find yourself face to face with hundreds of brands and varieties of dog and puppy food.

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  • Puppy food is formulated with the extra calories your pet needs to support his rapid growth and energy level.

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  • Here are some tips to help you make the right choice for your puppy.

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  • If you are bringing your puppy home from the breeder, it is especially important to keep him on the same variety of food that he has been eating.

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  • Sudden changes in diet are hard on a puppy's system and can bring on digestive and growth problems.

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  • Puppy food that is made specifically for them will support this rapid bone growth and decrease the likelihood of these problems later on.

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  • It might be tempting for a new puppy owner to choose the less expensive brands of puppy food.

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  • Let the puppy eat his fill for no more than ten minutes at each feeding, and then take the food from him.

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  • Establish a certain feeding schedule for your puppy and stick to it.

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  • Between ten and twelve months of age, gradually substitute the adult dog food that you are planning to use for part of the puppy food.

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  • By the time your puppy is a year old, he can eat the adult food exclusively.

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  • It is always best to discuss your puppy's unique dietary needs with your breeder or your veterinarian.

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  • They are the most qualified to advise you about the type, amount and even brand most suitable for your breed.Dog food for puppies is not hard to find, but finding the best brand for your particular puppy may take some time.

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  • Do your research, and give your puppy the very best start for a long and healthy life.

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  • Innova Puppy contains cold pressed sunflower oil as well as easily digestible micronutrients to assure your puppy gets the nutrition he needs while he is growing.

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  • There are many excellent dog treat recipes available online for holiday snacks ranging from Cheese-a-licious Cookies and Ginger Bread Bones to Holiday Mint Cookies and Puppy Dog Egg Nog.

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  • When naming your new dog or puppy, the one rule to make sure of is that you do not give your dog a name that sounds like the word "no", like Noah.

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  • You can easily start your search for a free puppy online.

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  • If you're willing to take an older puppy or young adult dog, you'll likely have even more success finding the particular breed you want.

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  • There are a few things to consider when deciding whether your family is ready to take on a free puppy.

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  • A socialized puppy is usually better behaved than one that hasn't been properly socialized.

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  • If they are training the puppy to go outside and you want a paper trained dog, this might not be compatible.

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  • What type of food are they currently feeding the puppy?

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  • Even if you find a free puppy, remember that you'll need to pay for booster shots, spaying or neutering and regular vet check ups.

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  • Once the puppy is a bit older, his or her living space is expanded.

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  • It is here that the puppy's future is predicted.

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  • Some have been rescued from puppy mills, abusive situations or found wandering the streets.

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  • As these dogs grow in popularity as family pets, caretakers may find themselves unprepared to care for the full-grown dog that was a cute puppy only a few short months before.

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  • Great Pyrenees rescue organizations find themselves placing these Pyrs in new forever homes because of impulsive puppy purchases.

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  • Ask to see the parents of the puppies and also as many other puppy relatives as possible.

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  • If this is the case, make sure to ask the breeder for references to check before purchasing a puppy.

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  • References should include previous puppy purchasers and other dog breeders.

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  • Expect the breeder to ask questions concerning your plans for the puppy regarding its care and home environment.

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  • They do this to understand your personality so they can recommend a puppy that is best suited to you.

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  • This may just be a 48-hour guarantee of basic health, or it could be an extended guarantee against genetic problems that don't usually appear until a puppy is older.

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  • Buying a puppy from a reputable Pyrenees breeder safeguards you against unethical breeders that raise and sell puppies that may not be in the best of health.

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  • In the past I have spoken about looking into the idea of having a birthday party for your dog or even a baby shower for a new puppy welcoming them into the family.

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  • Start as a puppy, and he will think he is getting a once over every day.

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  • First stand back and take a good hard look at your dog or puppy.

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  • If your dog or puppy is overweight then right away they need to go on a healthy, whole food diet.

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  • This is a wonderful tip to start at any time in your dog's life, and if by chance you are at the puppy stage then all the better.

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  • By no means is this tip just for the new puppy owners at all!

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  • Stories of puppy mills shed light on these operations and their effect on dogs.

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  • A puppy mill is a term given to a dog breeding business that operates solely for financial gain and without any regard to the animals' health or well-being.

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  • Reading stories of puppy mills provides details on a dog's life in a mill.

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  • The Stop Puppy Mills site has the story of a Poodle named Cindy that was freed from a mill after being a breeder for six years.

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  • Stories of puppy mills can provide detailed information on mill practices.

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  • Do you want to know how to stop puppy mills?

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  • One of the challenges of shutting down a puppy mill is that the laws are not clearly defined.

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  • Adopt a puppy or adult dog from a reputable breeder.

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  • For any puppy or dog, this is a technique you will need to teach and continue to practice throughout your dog's life.

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  • Your veterinarian will probably place your puppy on preventative medication at around two months of age.

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  • By the time the symptoms show, an affected puppy or dog is seriously ill and in dire need of veterinary care.

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  • If you are getting a new puppy, be sure to keep up with his parvo vaccinations.

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  • This is an active breed; therefore, this will be an active puppy.

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  • As such, it is generally not wise to bring a Portuguese puppy into the family with babies and toddlers.

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  • If you are truly determined to own this breed, wait until your children are at least between the ages of eight and ten to not only keep up with the puppy, but to be able to withstand its natural exuberance.

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  • While a PWD puppy will grow into a wonderful family pet, these dogs do have a mind of their own.

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  • Make sure prior to purchasing a puppy that its hips are x-rayed.

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  • Before purchasing a puppy, make sure that the gene test for this disease has been done.

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  • Raising the dog successfully from a puppy to an adult is well worth it in terms of companionship if you are prepared to give this breed the attention, exercise and discipline it not only needs, but craves from you.

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  • If your puppy's mother was infested with worms, possibly from eating the feces of another pet or brought into your yard by another animal, and the puppy was in utero at the time, your puppy may have worms.

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  • There are several other intestinal worms that can infect puppies, which is why it is very important the puppy is dewormed.

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  • The puppy has to be at least two weeks old to be dewormed and follow-up treatments usually take place at the ages of four, six and eight weeks to make sure that the infestation is completely gone.

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  • You should have a fresh stool sample checked for any parasites when taking your puppy in for booster shots and check-ups.

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  • Another reason to be so vigilante about worms is that they can be passed to you and your children from your puppy or dog.

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  • A good rule of thumb is to be sure to wash your and your children's hands every time you touch your puppy or dog and especially after cleaning up his waste.

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  • There are three ways to tell if your puppy or dog has worms.

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  • One way to tell is if the puppy isn't growing properly or gaining weight as he should.

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  • Another way is to watch your puppy defecate.

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  • Here is how to collect your puppy's stool sample the right way.

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  • By this point, your dog or puppy should be totally worm-free.

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  • These needs are not often considered by families who purchase a puppy on a whim without first researching the breed.

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  • Proof of the dog's vaccinations and preliminary checkups by a qualified veterinarian, according to the age of the dog or puppy you are buying.

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  • Keeping a Portuguese Water Dog in a show cut or lion cut (shaved muzzle, hindquarter, tail) is also more expensive as opposed to an all over close clip known as a lamb or puppy cut.

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  • The canned food offers complete nutrition and is safe for all life stages from puppy to senior dogs.

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  • The last thing you ever want is an overweight sad puppy.

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  • However, the soft material may not be a good choice for a teething puppy or an adult dog who likes to chew furniture or toys.

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  • If you have a puppy, don't go running with him.

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  • If you are considering a new puppy, check out these reminders from dog expert Wendy Nan Rees.

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  • Just in case you think, "Oh, look how cute this puppy is", let me remind you just how much work is ahead.

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  • Socializing a puppy is something we do for the life of owning our dogs.

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  • For example, when you see a dog that tends to tuck his tail under himself and run away looking shy and timid, more than likely he was not well socialized at the puppy stage.

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  • He might also have been yelled at as a puppy.

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  • However, it will show the puppy he can get attention from any behavior whether it is good or bad.

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  • When you see a good behavior, praise your puppy with a high voice.

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  • The puppy is too young to understand at six weeks, and you do not want to scare him.

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  • Puppies are young and very curious at this age, and you want to keep a happy mood, especially if you are going to crate train or use a play pen for when you do not have your eyes on the puppy at all times.

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  • It will help both of you in the housebreaking stages since the younger the puppy the more often he has to go out.

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  • Every single puppy or dog learns differently, so if you think, "Oh look how cute, I just have to have a puppy", please be sure you have the time and the energy to meet his needs.

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  • Socializing means you literally take your puppy or new dog and introduce him to everything and everyone you possibly can.

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  • If you are lucky enough to get your puppy at the early age of eight weeks, the technique of imprinting is one you really want to accomplish.

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  • For example, you can imprint your puppy so he doesn't mind getting a bath or having his nails clipped.

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  • One wrong move and the puppy will imprint the other way and be frightened.

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  • Make sure you puppy has the proper immunizations before you begin taking him out in public around other dogs.

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  • Hold the puppy and visit with the staff.

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  • Holding the puppy allows him to hear barking and loud sounds while stil feeling safe in your arms.

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  • I am not going on an airplane any time soon while my new puppy is so young, but I do want her to be a great traveler like my other dogs are.

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  • I am not proud of this, but through a series of errors and miscommunication for which I only blame myself, my new puppy got loose.

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  • I had to run out on an errand and when I got home, I came into the house to see the puppy missing.

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  • By taking the puppy and my other dogs out all together, I was accomplishing two things at once.

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  • Two other wonderful places to take your puppy are to the pet shop and the supermarket (if they are allowed in your state), so he is not afraid of crowds and never afraid of the shopping carts.

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  • If you can, try to find a nice dog park where you puppy has a chance to play with other dogs after he reaches the age of ten weeks.

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  • Watch the other dogs to make sure they are friendly before you let you puppy meet then.

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  • Take your puppy on hikes where you like to go.

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  • He may not be able to run alongside for the entire hike, so be sure to have plenty of water and a good carry all bag to place the puppy in.

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  • Love and a belly rub can also make your puppy very happy.

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  • I clearly had forgotten just how much work having a puppy is and I am, of course, already enrolled into our puppy class.

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  • This is as much for my new puppy as it is for me to have support and for both of us to learn.

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  • Remember, just like humans, every single puppy is going to learn differently.

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  • I was using a food treat to train my puppy but I learned that my dog will physically feel better after she has relieved herself, and praising her is all that is needed.

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  • I am lucky with brushing the puppy's teeth because I started her the first day home, and she loves it.

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  • It is also very important to hold your dog's toe nails often when he is a puppy so he becomes prepared for having his nails clipped.

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  • Ask to see the puppy's parents to make sure they are healthy.

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  • However, it is no problem if longer-term puppy socialisers have their own dogs or other animals.

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  • They live under the care of volunteer puppy walkers who introduce the young pups to different sights, sounds and smells.

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  • It became obvious very quickly that she had eating problems as she probably had never had a proper diet since puppy hood.

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  • Yet some puppy farms are pumping out 750 new pups per year, all of specially designed breeds.

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  • Moose was the dominant male puppy in a litter of six.

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  • We know that finding the right puppy from the right breeder can be very difficult.

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  • Puppy Farms are breeding facilities that produce purebred puppies in large numbers.

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  • Ernie is a beautiful, gentle, 11 month old rottweiler puppy.

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  • We also have a collie puppy and two shetland sheepdogs.

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  • Learn how to train your spaniel puppy to be a gundog.

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  • Make sure your puppy has some very hard toys to chew at to relieve teething pain.

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  • Do not be tempted to use human toothpaste this is not suitable for puppy 's or dogs.

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  • Charlie landed on the branch of a Beech tree, next to the path the puppy was wandering along.

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  • This scenario may have a significant effect on the recently weaned young puppy that is placed in a new environment.

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  • I would love a wolfhound puppy where can I get one from?

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  • His father didn't want a dog, so Jamie had to masquerade the new puppy by telling his father that the puppy belonged to the neighbor.

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  • The children were incredulous when their parents brought home a puppy.

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  • We laughed as we watched the puppy attempt to gnaw on the large bone.

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  • Rachel adopted a puppy with an abnormality in his hind legs making it difficult for him to walk, but he's still very cute.

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  • The puppy let out a plaintive whimper when the girl stepped on its foot.

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  • Our new puppy turned out to be more rambunctious than we bargained for.

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  • Even though he was terrified of the bigger dog, the little puppywouldn'tcower in front of him.

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  • By this age, he may enjoy toys that he can push, such as lawn mowers and poppers, and toys that he can pull, such as a quacking duck or a barking puppy.

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  • Don't wrestle with your dog, or let your puppy nip you in play.

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  • Remember that when choosing a rescue dog you may have to deal with behavioral problems that a puppy may not have.

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  • Try to time the visit when the litter would normally be active so that you can get a sense of each puppy's personality.

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  • Puppy Find has articles about breeds, tips, and animals for sale.

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  • Check the age chart on the dog food you're considering-you don't want to buy a puppy formula for a dog that's ten years old!

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  • Create a free shopping account at Petco and make purchases on all sorts of dog food, including puppy, adult, large breed, and senior and special needs formulas.

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  • Whether you're bringing home a new baby, a puppy or another kitten, all introductions should be made slowly and gently to give your senior pet time to adjust.

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  • Disposable and absorbent puppy pads can come in handy to use in the bottom of a pet carrier if the cat has an accident en route to the vet.

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  • Bratz Babyz Mall Crawl - Choose from the baby dolls -- Cloe, Nita, Nora, Sasha, Yasmin and Jade and get friends and a puppy safely out of the mall.

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  • Virtual Puppy is a basic website where you can take care of cute dogs.

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  • Virtual Kitty is similar to Virtual Puppy, except with cats.

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  • Maybe you want your own little animal but lack the time for the upkeep, or the normal puppy and kitty just don't do it for you; you sound like the perfect candidate for free dragon cyber pets.

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  • Several of the available pets are baby animals, including a puppy, kitten, chick and lion cub.

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  • In addition to the main site, you can also play with your puppy or kitten on MySpace or Facebook.

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  • Dog lovers can raise a pet at Virtual Puppy.

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  • After you adopt a puppy, read the owner's manual to learn the best way to take care of your online free virtual pet.

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  • There is even a virtual puppy dog kennel where you can store your dog if you are going on vacation!

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  • Whatever your reason is for not being able to own a dog, a Virtual Puppy will help you get around it.

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  • While you can't get the same warm and fuzzy feeling from a virtual puppy that you can with the real, flesh-and-blood thing, you can get something with a lot of the same qualities -- and, of course, clean up is a lot easier.

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  • Put simply, Virtual Puppy is a website that allows you to have an electronic dog on the Internet.

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  • They require the same things that a flesh-and-blood puppy would need -- food, water, a clean place to live, exercise and attention.

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  • Making sure that your puppy gets all of these things is important to making sure that your virtual pet is happy and healthy.

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  • To get one of these electronic pets you must go to the Virtual Puppy website and sign up.

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  • The website also asks you for an "emergency" website that your Virtual Puppy page will go to when you press a certain key.

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  • You take care of your new pet by signing into the website and performing actions that your Virtual Puppy needs to be happy.

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  • If you've never used any virtual puppy program before, then you're in for a great surprise.

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  • Depending on which type of program you use, you could have your very own puppy or grown dog living inside your computer.

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  • If having your own desktop puppy as a pet sounds like a great idea, browse through the following options and download one of the applications to try it out.

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  • Puppy Luv from Game Mill Entertainment installs as a regular game that you can launch whenever you feel like playing with your virtual puppy.

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  • If you would like a puppy on your desktop, but you'd rather not waste time caring for it, playing with it and feeding it, then downloading the puppy screensaver from this site would be your perfect solution.

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  • StarQuail Productions produced a very fun game called Sky Puppy, where you take your puppy through an online world filled with doggy treats.

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  • Maxima Games created an exciting game called Electro the Robotic Puppy, where you help your robot dog compete and win medals.

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  • Collect medals and get your puppy to the red flag in each level.

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  • If you prefer game-style virtual puppy applications, this one is an excellent choice.

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  • The puppy you choose will remain on your desktop and display the current time.

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  • There's nothing quite as adorable as having your own virtual puppy filling your entire screen.

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  • Useless Creations offers one of the most unique puppy screensaver downloads.

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  • Whether you like screensavers, games or an actual program that will let you play with a virtual pet on your computer every day, the downloads above offer a wide range of cool puppy downloads for your computer.

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  • Do you enjoy virtual puppy games, but seem to play one or two particular games?

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  • You actually have many options online and offline to raise and train a puppy in a virtual environment.

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  • Most virtual puppy games follow typical patterns involved in raising a pet.

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  • First, you pick out or adopt the puppy you want to raise and give the dog a name.

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  • Other tasks in games might include walking the dog and integrating the puppy with other dogs.

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  • After naming your puppy and selecting the collar color, you walk your dog along the street, avoiding pedestrians and getting other people to pet your puppy.

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  • Also, you must not let your puppy's intelligence level drop too much.

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  • Puppy Center revolves around a pet salon worker that is in charge of taking care of all the puppies that come in after her parents must leave town unexpectedly.

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  • For a comprehensive virtual puppy game, visit Virtual Pups.

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  • Nintendogs is a virtual puppy game you play on your DS.

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  • Puppy Luv is an easy game to pick up and learn.

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  • The game was released in 2007 for the Wii and PC and has you caring for a puppy.

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  • Despite the small number of breeds and tricks available to you, Puppy Luv is a nice game to introduce someone to virtual puppy games.

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  • Remember that playing a simulation puppy game doesn't substitute the quality and care you need to give a real puppy.

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  • A digital puppy or baby pet can be a great learning experience for those looking into a real life pet.

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  • Even when things don't work out the way you envisioned, such as a puppy that tears up the newspaper or a kitten that claws the couch, remember to take photos.

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  • Whether this is your first serious relationship, or you're secretly admiring someone from afar, it probably feels like much more than puppy love.

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  • Matched with a creative talent, these towels can also be rolled into shapes and a lime green terry towel puppy or even swan can grace your bathroom counter for the amusement and use of your guests.

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  • The Efron family shares their home with two Australian Shepherds, Dreamer and Puppy, and Simon, a Siamese cat.Efron caught the performing bug at an early age, and began taking singing lessons when he was 11.

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  • Gymboree outlets typically feature re-issued clothing lines, like Puppy Love and Sweet Cupcake.

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  • For example, the retail version of Puppy Love apparel may feature pink and brown coordinating pieces, and the outlet version may be blue and brown.

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  • Once you think you've found the right breed, learn how to select a healthy, well-adjusted pup with LTK Dog's Choosing a Puppy Quiz.

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  • Once you've completed the appropriate research and you know how to choose the right puppy, you'll be ready to share your life with a little bundle of barking joy.

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  • If your new puppy is running around the house like crazy, grabbing for the collar will help you gain control of the situation more quickly than trying to wrestle your dog to the ground.

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  • Finding a responsible professional dog breeder is the first step toward adopting a healthy puppy.

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  • According to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), reputable breeders will never sell a puppy to a pet store or conduct business in any situation that does not allow the potential owner to interact with the puppy before adoption.

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  • The visit allows the breeder to match you with a suitable puppy for your personality and lifestyle.

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  • The business should provide you with a written adoption contract that outlines all of their policies, the puppy's veterinary records, and any AKC registry papers.

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  • Be careful to not get scammed by a puppy mill, or buy a poorly bred dog from a backyard breeder.

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  • Puppy mills refer to businesses that over-bred a large quantity of dogs on a regular basis, often in poor living conditions with a lack of attention to care.

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  • Whether these businesses are profit-driven puppy mills or well-intentioned backyard breeders, they can still produce poorly bred dogs with health and behavioral problems.

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  • Pick up your puppy in person so that you can make sure you are adopting the puppy you paid for.

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  • Reputable breeders always provide a written health guarantee policy to refund your money and take back the puppy if it is sick.

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  • During a visit, you should be allowed to meet one or both of the puppy's parents.

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  • One of the most popular Dog Lover Gifts is a stuffed puppy.

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  • A responsible breeder will meet with the family wishing to purchase a puppy to ensure they can provide a healthy environment for the puppy and that they are knowledgeable about the breed.

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  • Puppy prices vary from breeder to breeder.

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  • Expect to pay around $500 to $650 for a well-bred, healthy Boxer puppy.

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  • If your dog was purchased from an AKC member breeder, you most likely received either a puppy registration or an adult registration certificate at the time of purchase.

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  • All the dogs entered in puppy class are called into the ring together and line up.

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  • Perhaps instead of asking "How much is that doggie in the window?", buyers should be asking pet shop owners if that doggie is a product of a puppy mill.

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  • Puppy mills are commercial breeding factories for dogs and are one of the largest sources of dogs sold in pet stores.

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  • Puppy mills mass produce puppies for profit.

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  • While there are exceptions, most puppy mills provide their animals with substandard care, the result of keeping so many dogs in one location.

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  • A puppy in a mill is basically neglected until it's time for a sale, frequently living in its own filth.

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  • Because they are bred indiscriminately for mass production and profit, the puppies from puppy mills often have severe congenital defects and serious health problems.

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  • One thing is obvious, there is a world of difference between backyard breeders and puppy mills.

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  • As for neutering the boarding puppy this week, your friends should rely on their vet's advice.

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  • This is a strong sign that the breeder cares more about his or her dogs than making a quick buck, unlike a puppy mill operator.

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  • Which vaccinations have the puppy or dog had?

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  • Which type of food is the puppy or dog currently eating?

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  • Do you plan to obedience train your puppy?

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  • Can you afford the costs associated with raising a puppy?

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  • In some cases, the breeder may be located in another state entirely, and the puppy or dog is purchased sight unseen.

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  • You can line the pan with newspapers or puppy pads as you choose.

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  • You can line the tray with papers or puppy pads, or you can use it as is and empty the tray into your commode and then rinse it.

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  • Second Nature - This litter pan can be lined with newspaper, puppy pads or a safe litter material such as CareFresh (recycled newspaper).

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  • Puppy pads follow the same general principal as newspaper.

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  • Your puppy should learn one specific method, and you should stick with it.

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  • Teaching your puppy to relieve himself on newspaper or puppy pads is a popular housebreaking method.

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  • Puppy pads are plastic backed pads that are doused in a scent that is not detectable to humans, but it can be smelled by dogs.

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  • The scent is designed to attract the puppy so it will "mark" its spot and want to go on the pad.

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  • To train the puppy, simply place him on the paper after each meal or when he appears to search for a spot to relieve himself.

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  • Continue to place the puppy on the paper after each meal until he goes to the paper on his own.

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  • It is imperative that you do not let the puppy roam around the house unattended until you are sure he is housebroken.

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  • If you do catch your puppy relieving himself in a forbidden spot, pick him up immediately and say "NO" in a firm voice.

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